[bkk] bangkok’s best – new york steakhouse

if you ever tried searching for the best steak house in bangkok, i’m sure you’ve come across new york steakhouse along with several others such as rib room & bar, prime,  and so on. new york steakhouse is located on the second floor of jw marriott hotel (sukhumvit soi 2). at first i was quite hesitant because i wanted somewhere nice with great food and excellent ambiance but this place was lacking in the skyline department.

nonetheless we decided to try it out cos of all the positive reviews it had received.

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as cnn review states “[it] mimics its Manhattan namesakes in look, atmosphere and menu — and sky-high prices.” well, i can’t say much on that because i’ve never been to manhattan but i gotta say it was indeed loved by many, many expats.

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mushroom soup – they kindly asked if i wanted to 50/50 it, which i thought was a nice move because i normally get too full for the main course if i finish it all by myself.

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rocket salad with sliced wagyu beef prime rib and a basil flavoured tomato vinaigrette. it was pretty much like any other rocket salad you can get. but i guess the highlight was the large servings of wagyu beef underneath those greens but then again, i wouldn’t be able to tell you whether it was good or not.

i don’t know if i have mentioned this somewhere in the earlier posts but about four years ago i accidentally watched this most horrid and gruesome clip on animal slaughter (for food) and since then i was never able to get back to eating any kind of meat again. so yeah, i’m basically a vegetarian slash pescatarian. a total random tidbit about me, haha.

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pan-seared peppered tuna loin on a lemon beurre blanc sauce. it was tad bit salty but i swear it was one of the best ahi tuna i’ve ever had! and the chunks were humongous!

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filet steak. i was told that it was one of the best steaks in bangkok. coming from a steak-killer, i’m pretty confident it’s a reliable statement.

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a complimentary cheesecake!

i gotta say, all the great reviews about new york steakhouse on the internet are true and legit. the food, as you can see, were pretty much excellent and the service, oh the service, was beyond expectation. it was one of the most personalised service i’ve ever received in any kind of restaurant. only if it wasn’t so expensive i would love to go back again soon.

definitely recommend this place for anyone who’s looking for a five-star fine dining experience in bangkok!

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of course i wouldn’t know a better way to end this lovely evening but with a restroom selfie. have a great week! ;)

heartannie

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45 thoughts on “[bkk] bangkok’s best – new york steakhouse

  1. Hi Annie! Was it your birthday? If so happy birthday!! Oh my the pan-seared peppered tuna loin looks amazing! I’ll have to check it out with the fam when I’m in town! And the setting is quite ol’ school madmen dapper I’d have to say! :)

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    1. lena!! awww, it wasn’t my birthday but still thank you so much! i’ll let my friend know hehehe :) yes, definitely do! it’s very family friendly as well (maybe not so much with little kids… lol) yeah it is quite old school isn’t it? it was one of those fine dining experience that didn’t make you too ‘uncomfortable’, if you know what i mean.. hahaha :) have a lovely week lena!

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      1. Ahh I see. Well happy birthday to your friend! I love restaurants with vintage ambiences and I’m sure there’s a lot of great ones now :) Seeing your posts make me reminiscent of my days in BKK :)

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    1. heyy julie! that’s so sweet of you :) thanks! btw, that bread was one of the best part of the meal. they had like four different kinds of bread with garlic butter and the normal butter. SO GOOD!

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  2. ahh your pictures are always on point! what camera do you use to achieve such perfection?
    as always, your outfit is so fresh too! xo

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  3. The food looks so good! I have to try this place next time I’m in Bangkok. Thumbs up for you non-steak eater for caring about animal welfare. I wish I could do the same, but I just love steak too much..

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    1. hahah, i used to be the BIGGEST meat lover before that time… like i wouldn’t eat at home if there was no meat dish lol i kinda miss it sometimes though.. especially yang-yum chicken – that used to be my fave! but yeah, still can’t get myself to eating it! :/

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  4. Dear Annie

    We feel so sorry to acknowledged your suspension as one of our fabulous crew

    we hope that you do realized how much those juicy meat miss your bite on them

    Sincerely

    Me

    Managing Director of SACO

    (So-fictional Avid Carnivore Organization)

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